This trip to Madikwe turned up a beautiful photo op for us and definitely a first for me.  We travelled diagonally across the entire reserve from our lodge in the North West corner down to the Eastern side of the Southern boundary.  We were looking for a female Cheetah with her four cubs born during the Covid -19 lockdown period.  So we guessed they were circa three months old.  The area we were searching in was Savana grasslands, and the grasses were about 300 - 500 cm tall.  A second game drive vehicle from another lodger spotted them first.  They were lying in a thicket and almost invisible as the mother would have done by design.  Our ranger Benson positioned us perfectly with the sun on our backs and about 3 metres back from the thicket.  After waiting about 15 minutes, one cub couldn't contain its curiosity and broke cover walking right into the camera lens and towards a dead leadwood tree off to our left.  The pictures tell the rest of the story starting from pic 32 - enjoy.